SMOORVERLIEF: Songstress Rihanna has a sexy new berk

Rihanna's  got a new berk.

He is Hassan Jameel, 29, sexy, super rich, vreeslik in love, and is min gespin about public displays of affection.

Hassan is a Saudi Toyota heir and his family is worth $1.5 billion (R20bn), which he is to inherit.

When he’s not caught vrying with Riri poolside while on holiday in Ibiza, Spain, he is deputy president and vice-chairman of family business Abdul Latif Jameel - one of the biggest companies in the world.

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His family also owns a soccer league in Saudi Arabia, called the Jameel league

The Diamonds hitmaker, who dated longtime pal Drake briefly in 2016, got hot and heavy in the water with the handsome outjie.

Hassan couldn’t stop smiling as he wrapped his arms around the gorgeous mega star.

The couple sipped on champagne in between the vryery en gaaning aan.

It’s claimed the pair have been doing their utmost to keep their romance out of the public eye, with the Love on the Brain hitmaker reportedly claiming Hassan could be THE ONE.

A source reportedly said this relationship is “the real deal”.

“Rihanna has told friends she’s in love with him and seems completely smitten.

‘They’ve been spending a lot of time together away from prying eyes and are really serious. They’re really enjoying each others’ company’.

Hassan’s grandfather, Abdul Latif Jameel, started the family business in 1955 when he acquired exclusive rights to sell Toyota cars in Saudi Arabia, a then-unknown brand in that part of the world.

His initial order was for just four vehicles to be sold through their dealership in Jeddah. However, today the firm distributes vehicles to seven other countries.

Hassan has previously been pictured rubbing shoulders with Britain’s Prince Andrew at the Bab Rizq Jameel Centre, which offers guidance to young Saudi entrepreneurs.

The songstress split with longtime boyfriend R&B star Chris Brown in 2009 after an argument with him got violent, leaving Rihanna with physical injuries.